|Stan White, Second Interview, Art Waves #32|
In his second visit to Art Waves, poet Stan White continues his brilliant analysis of poetry as a sound medium. His background in 3-D photography lends another dimension to his vision of the way art works. Don't miss this chance to sit at the knee of a visionary.
Keywords: poetry; three-dimensional photography; sound; metaphor; language
|The Kosydars, Art Waves #88|
Together Eleanore and Richard Kosydar have published two beautiful photography books on the Dundas Valley. By the time they produced the second, Eleanore had begun to write poetry as well. In this interview they explain how their collaboration enhances their marriage, and vice versa.
Keywords: photography; collaboration and marriage; the Dundas Valley; self-publishing; Tierceron Press
|Jeff Tessier, Photographer, Art Waves #85|
Is photography art, or is it just technology? Photographer Jeff Tessier discusses that controversial question and much more in this very interesting episode of Art Waves.
Keywords: photography; art; digital cameras; technology; architectural photography
|198 Dave Pijuan Nomura ( Oct. 20, 2013)|
Macrophotographer Dave Pijuan-Nomura appreciates the infinitesimal, as well as the bits of the world that are so ordinary we don't give them a second look. He gives everything a second look and he'll make you do so as well. Pijuan-Nomura epitomizes the word respect: look again.
Keywords: James North Studio; You Me Gallery; Japanese internment; Gulliver; Freeman Patterson; Lindy; Art Crawl; Lab Cab Festival; Contact Photography Show; Fritz Goro
|E. Robert Ross, Landscape Painter, Art Waves #134|
E. Robert Ross is known for his sharply vibrant paintings depicting Lake Ontario and the Niagara escarpment region, particularly Cootes Paradise. And that is fine with him. He never tires of painting this landscape. His goal is to take us to that third dimension where the physical and the spiritual meet.
Keywords: realism; landscapes; the DVSA; the Carnegie Gallery; McMaster Framers; architecture; photography & painting; The Cloud Appreciation Society; Frank Lloyd Wright; the Chicago Public Library
|John Haney, Photographer, Art Waves #151|
After the interview John Haney said, "I forgot to say that recently I saw a man in the grocery lift a bouquet of orange flowers to his face to breathe in their scent, and I cursed myself for not having my camera with me. Then I realized that being a photographer means paying attention. It means you will see beautiful photographs everyday that you don't take. But in a way, you take them just by noticing." For more of John Haney's passionate eloquence, listen to Art Waves #151.
Keywords: Henri Cartier-Bresson; Larry Towell; Alex Soth; Simon Norfolk; Diane Arbus; Irving's Famous Clothes; Contact Photography Festival; Garry Winogrand; Erin Brubacher; John Szarkowski; Emerson Gallery; Amanda Jernigan; DaPoPo Theatre; William Morris; Levon Helm